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Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 27, 10:58 AM 2017
NO - It's not "Attention Deficit Disorder"!   :twisted:

I thought it worth revisiting this double dozen system from member 'Dino' posted some time ago...

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Against Dominant Dozen (or ADD for short)
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I'm sure this concept is not new to all the hardened Matrix players out there.
 
This idea i have only just thought up and welcome any thoughts and questions.
 
Best way to describe for me is to show what happens in actual Game-Play using B+M Live-De
aler spins.
 
111
 
123    NB(DUE TO 111)
 
121    NB(DUE TO 123)
 
331    W1(BET AGAINST DOMINANT D1 IN ABOVE LINE)
 
111    W1(BET AGAINST DOMINANT D3 IN ABOVE LINE)
 
311    NB(DUE TO 111)
 
212    W1(BET AGAINST DOMINANT D1 IN ABOVE LINE)
 
213    W2(BET AGAINST DOMINANT D2 IN ABOVE LINE)
 
212    NB(DUE TO 213)
 
113    W1( BET AGAINST DOMINANT D2 IN ABOVE LINE) ETC.
 
221    W1
 
112    W1
 
333    W1
 
332    NB
 
312    W2
 
131    NB
 
322    W1
 
133    W1
 
211    W1
 
W1 = WON ON 1ST BET.
W2 = WON ON 2ND BET
 
Regards.
 
Dino.

OK - so easy simple rules.
In addition I only bet max of TWICE in a row.
If lose both bets (1-1; 2-2) then loss = -6

Here is a session I tried today:

@=against
nb=no bet
w1st=won on first bet (1-1)
w2nd=won on second bet (2-2)

In this system you NEVER bet higher than 2u on each dozen - so no big drawdowns!

In fact if you DO get a couple of bad results its worth considering to end session... butttt....up to you to decide when to quit.

A win on the second bet means a DRAW for that round.

(Could be used as a complementary system to another method being played perhaps too)

231              nb
223             @2
122  w1st    @2                   +1
232  w2nd   @2                   +1
012  w2nd    nb due to 0     +1
222              nb
313              @3
132  w1st     nb                   +2
313              @3
121  w1st     @1                  +3
121  w2nd    @1                  +3
313  w1st     @1                  +4
223  w1st     @2                  +5
131  w1st     @1                  +6
330               nb
323              @3
213  w1st     nb                   +7
331              @3
232  w1st     @2                  +8
123  w1st     nb                   +9
333              nb
213              nb
112              @1
122  w2nd    @2                  +9
112  w1st     @1                  +10
213  w1st     nb                   +11
330              nb
321              nb
122              @2
231  w2nd    nb                  +11
232              @2
231 w2nd     nb                  +11
223              @2
212 w2nd    @2                  +11
201              nb
321              nb
223              @2
333  w1st     nb                  +12
132              nb
132              nb
210              nb
222              nb
233              @3
333 L-L        nb                  +6
113              @1
311 w1st      @1                 +7
132 w2nd     nb                  +7
211               @1
233               @3
123 w1st      nb                  +8
333              nb
212              @2
213 w2nd     nb                  +8
332              @3
133 w1st      @3                 +9
322 w2nd     @2                 +9
312 w1st      nb  *stop        +10u profit.

 :smile:
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 27, 11:29 AM 2017
Dozens and columns same time

 :love:
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 27, 04:48 PM 2017
Hi Atlantis,

Good shout this.  So easy to play.  Dozens/columns at same time depending on qualifiers.

One thing that I have changed is that I am playing 1-1   3-3.     I reckoned that the extra units won would make up for a loss and if a loss did not come along then more in front.  Even if 2 losses come along we are not talking mega bucks. It is only 4 units extra less what you have won by betting 3-3
   

Played this and am up 20 units despite one loss (8 units)    About an hour play whilst I settled in to it.
Wonder if it can be botted?     (Leave it running all night)
Brian

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 10:05 AM 2017
Played this today on and off.  Well in front overall.   Did have a few losses which were soon recovered.  You know what you are betting on.  What the stakes are:  What your loss could be.      Betting both dozens and columns when qualifying.

Great call.

Brian

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 10:08 AM 2017
Mogul should like this.    It is a two step.

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 10:14 AM 2017
I like how

333 is a non trigger

Avoids streaks

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the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 11:00 AM 2017
Hi,

Only just got round to trying a quickie real money session.

131                    @1
312  w+1            nb         
333                    nb
331                    @3
223  w+1            @2
122  w+1            @2
122  w+1            @2
103  w+1            nb
110                     nb
112                     @1
2--   w+1             end

+6

Credit to Dino for this one.
Great result for a first try - all first bet wins  :ooh:

Flawless!


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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 11:06 AM 2017
the key to winning with systems : play for a statistically irrelevant number of spins

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nmJKY59NX8o

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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 12:11 PM 2017
How does it apply to this? Kind of like the ying and the yang.

http://forum.roulette30.com/index.php?topic=1376.0
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 12:12 PM 2017
Mogul should like this.    It is a two step.

I do.  See the other link below.
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 12:15 PM 2017
Silly question. Do you always wait for the next group or 3 spins?

Example.

(zumma ppage 101, 2nd columb)
1 3 2 3 3/ *1* 3 3 1 2 2

Do you wait for 3 more spins, or does the "3 3 1" give you another setup?
Or is it the beginning of avoiding bad bets?
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 12:17 PM 2017
Isn't it a little like, when you see two in a row, bet twice against 3-4?

The difference in betting against 3 in a row is that you give it two shots.
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 12:21 PM 2017
Inevitable sleepers kill this thing.
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 12:27 PM 2017
The thread I posted...

http://forum.roulette30.com/index.php?topic=1376.0

Is about single dozen.  Perhaps betting for a repeat of the previous
2 dozen when you get 2 within 3 for 2 bets would help.
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Re: Revisiting A.D.D.
Feb 28, 12:42 PM 2017
Isn't it a little like, when you see two in a row, bet twice against 3-4?

The difference in betting against 3 in a row is that you give it two shots.


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Silly question. Do you always wait for the next group or 3 spins?

Example.

(zumma ppage 101, 2nd columb)
1 3 2 3 3/ *1* 3 3 1 2 2

Do you wait for 3 more spins, or does the "3 3 1" give you another setup?
Or is it the beginning of avoiding bad bets?

Hi mogul,

Why confusion about play?
It's all laid out above. System is called "AGAINST Dominant Dozens"
When you get a triplet containing 2 same and 1 different - trigger to bet for up to 2 times AGAINST the dominant.

eg: 112 - bet against 1     
eg: 212 - bet against 2
eg: 133 -  bet against 3

111,222,333 and also 123,132, 213, 231, 312, 321 are no bets
And any triplet containing a 0 is a no bet. eg: 110, 120, 001

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"Fire -- Walk with me!"

 

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